Lerian Association of Sydney and NSW to celebrate milestone 50th anniversary


The Lerian Association of Sydney and New South Wales – Leros is set to mark its milestone 50th anniversary with an event on November 26, 2022 at the Pan Arcadian Club in Ashbury in Sydney’s inner west.

The celebratory event was originally planned for last year to mark the Association’s 50th anniversary, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions.

On November 26, guests will enjoy live music, a 3-course meal and a night full of dancing, celebration and fun.

The Association’s President, Stavros Karantanis, encouraged everyone to attend the event and acknowledged the support of friends, members, committee members, sponsors and contributors over the last 50 years.

“We look forward to celebrating this milestone event on Saturday, November 26 at the Pan Arcadian Club, Ashbury where friends and families are all welcome,” Mr Karantanis said.

“The dance allows us to thank those who have contributed to this success as we look forward to the current and future generations.”

Tickets to the event are $75 for adults and $25 for kids, children under 12 are free. To secure your booking please email nswlerianassociation@outlook.com.




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